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  • Jalil, Fatema (East West University, 2004-05-02)
    The topic for this study is evaluation of the English text books of class vi, vii & viii. It is well known that language performance or language learning is psychological processes that involves the ability to record, or ...
  • Andalib, Alina (East West University, 2005-01-05)
    The topic for this study is teachers’ and learners awareness of and psychological disposition towards communicative language Teaching (CLT) in Bangladesh. Positive and negative attitudes towards a pedagogic approach are ...
  • -Wahid, Rahat S. (East West University, 2005-04-01)
    My major focus in this study is to show how Kurt Vonnegut in his fictions Car’s Cradle and Slaughterhouse Five parodies conventional ways of thinking and transports us to the postmodernism world of hyper-reality where the ...
  • Rahman, Mahatabur (East West University, 2005-12-01)
    Born in 1861, Rabindranath was one of the key figures of the Bengal Renaissance. He started writing at an early age, and by the turn of the century had become a household name in Bengal as a poet, a songwriter, a playwright, ...
  • Masood, Anjeela Jahanara (East West University, 2006-04-26)
    I have prepared this dissertation in partial requirement for the degree of M.A in English. I decided to work on this topic because an investigation about the gradual development of the theme of the female emancipation in ...
  • Haque, Mohammad Mahmudul (East West University, 2006-04-26)
    “The truth of art signifies its power to imaginatively inscribe hithero unknown dimensions of reality” (Surendra Narayan jha, Qtd in Indian Women Novelists in English 2001:145) Arundhati Roy’s the God of small Things unfolds ...
  • Zeba, Farah (East West University, 2006-12-11)
    In The Dumb Waiter Ben and Gus feel most of these picturesque effects. They are hoods of some kind, hit-men in the hire of some Mr. Big, amusing characters in themselves. They are obviously extremely efficient at what they ...
  • Rahman, Sharmin (East West University, 2006-12-19)
    “Private Universities: Learners’ expectations in English” is my dissertation topic for my master’s degree in English. Through this work I will try to find out what types of learning expectations private University students ...
  • Hossain, Md. Shakhawat (East West University, 2006-12-20)
    Students enrolling at East West University reportedly face difficulties to cope with teaching their text and reference books. As the books and the medium of instruction and examination are in English many students fail it ...
  • Khan, Nahreen (East West University, 2007-01-01)
    The dramatic improvement in communication and signification increases in trade and migration has created a global village where people from various nations have come closer to each other. Economists describe this trend as ...
  • Rashid, Farhana (East West University, 2007-04-01)
    I have prepared this dissertation in partial requirements for the degree of M.A in English. I decided to work on this topic because an investigation about the evolution and treatment of revenge in literature from the ...
  • Jannat, Farihatul (East West University, 2007-04-26)
    The study was undertaken as partial requirement for the completion of the degree of M.A. in English while pursuing several courses in ELT an idea crossed my mind that I should evaluate the attitude of an SSC. Level learners ...
  • Rashid, Mahmuda (East West University, 2007-05-01)
    English language is the language developed in England and now used throughout the British commonwealth of nations, in the united state of America and in other parts of the world. About 270 million people speak in English ...
  • Rahman, Suravy (East West University, 2007-05-01)
    As a poet of nature Wordsworth stands supreme. He is a worshiper of nature. Nature has in his poems a separate or independent status. His poetic career covers a period of more than sixty years and so far as the bulk of his ...
  • Mandal, Tapan Kumar (East West University, 2007-08-12)
    Katherine Mansfield was born into a socially prominent family in Wellington, New Zealand in 1888. She went to London to study in Queen’s college and studied there from 1903 to 1906. then she return to Ne Zealand to study ...
  • Sultana, Zakia (East West University, 2007-08-15)
    This paper is prepared is partial fulfillment of the degree of Master of Arts in English. The idea of dealing with the language by Haroid Pinter caused my mind when I took a course on modern literature. A concern on research ...
  • Sultana, Nigar (East West University, 2010-12-24)
    Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell is a complex novel narrating six different stories of six different characters living in different times in different parts of the globe. What makes the novel even more dazzlingly interesting ...
  • Rashid, Punya Homaira (East West University, 2011-01-03)
    This dissertation offers a Bangla translation of the short story The Yellow Wallpaper by the American author Charlotte Perkins Gilman. The story was originally published in 1892 and became a best-seller later. The story ...
  • Raihan, Md. Jamil (East West University, 2011-02-01)
    Teacher training is one of the important factors to implement a new syllabus (Curriculum and Syllabus Report, 1995). In Bangladesh, a new syllabus has been introduced for teaching English using CLT method since 1995 ...
  • RAIHAN, MD. JAMIL (East West University, 2011-02-22)
    Teacher training is one of the important factors to implement a new syllabus (Curriculum and Syllabus Report, 1995). In Bangladesh, a new syllabus has been introduced for teaching English using CLT method since 1995 ...

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